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Dear Elise, Today you had a lovely time playing outside in the rain. You just got a new pair of bright red boots and a matching raincoat, so it was nearly impossible to keep you inside. There were ducks in the pond who ruffled their feathers a bit when you tried to catch them, but they didn't fly away, so they must have liked playing with you. How grown up you must be now. I wonder if you are wearing your hair long and dark like your mother's. I don't know what we are to do without each other, but by the time you read this, you will have been managing on your own for quite a while. Have you been looking after my brother? He needs some taking care of from time to time, and now you're old enough to tell him what's what. You better be listening to him, too! He has a good heart, your Uncle Hugh. This letter will be my last to you, but please don't be sad. I'm leaving something else for you, to discover and unlock when you are ready. Remember that while others can help, in great part we mold ourselves. I miss you so much already, thinking of not being there with you on this happy day. But we will find each other again, I promise, even if not in this life, and when we do meet again, I know you will be the best Elise that you can be. All my love, Daddy
Hi. Can I sit here?
No. And nevermind.
Where's that weird boy you're always with? Would he have come, too?
Move it, Scab-Picker.
Hi, uh, Mom. Dad-uh-I think Dad wanted me to get to know you. Well, a long time ago he did, but I'm here now. You have a pretty spot....
Here lies: Louisa Celeste & John Peter Bertrand
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